Grammys 2019: Women in the spotlight, hip hop makes history and tributes galore

Female artists dominated at the Grammy awards Sunday night, with the spotlight of "music's biggest night" firmly focused on powerhouse performances by women.   

The Recording Academy — which has been trying to address criticism around the lack of diversity at its annual celebration of music — has made some strides when it comes to nominating more diverse musicians.

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